Dulles South Area Residents Encouraged to Attend Upcoming Quarterly Meeting on July 23rd at 7PM

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
July 12, 2012

Loudoun County, VA – The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office will hold a public safety meeting for the Dulles South area of Loudoun County Monday, July 23, at 7PM.

The quarterly public safety meeting is part of the agency’s effort to better utilize resources, while at the same time providing a higher level of service to county residents. The meeting will be held at 7 p.m. at the Dulles South Public Safety Center Community Room located at 25216 Loudoun County Parkway in Chantilly, VA.

The Loudoun Sheriff’s Office hosts quarterly public safety meetings in each of the four service areas of the county. All residents, homeowners associations, community groups, and town representatives are invited to attend.

Items to be discussed are recent crime and crime trends in your area, traffic safety concerns and other public safety related issues. The meetings will be led by a Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office Captain who represents your service area and Sheriff Mike Chapman and Lt. Col. Chris Harmison will also be in attendance. Also in attendance will be supervisors from the Criminal Investigations Division, the Special Operations Division, Community Police Officers, and Crime Prevention Deputies.

NEW TRAFFIC PATTERN SCHEDULED FOR ROUTE 50 on or ABOUT JULY 12th WEATHER PERMITTING

There will be a shift in the regular traffic pattern for eastbound Route 50 traffic between Stonecroft Boulevard and Pleasant Valley Road in Fairfax County.

Just to the east of Pleasant Valley Road in Fairfax County, eastbound Route 50 traffic will be diverted approximately 50 feet to the North to cross over Cub Run and up to the intersection at Stonecroft Blvd. The traffic switch will occur at night and will be fully operational Friday morning (July 13th).

This traffic shift will not affect the access to or from any of the side streets or entrances. For more information on the Route 50 Widening Project, please visit the Project website at:http://www.virginiadot.org/projects/northernvirginia/route_50_widening.asp

Storm Damage

Took a walk around the community to note any damage.  We have a few trees down and a damaged section of the fence along Gum Spring Road.

  • There is a large tree limb down behind the Gazebo.
  • Along the path near the tot lot in the town home area, there is a large tree down completely blocking the path
  • There is a tree down in the common area near the SF homes
  • There are a few trees/limbs down near the tree areas along Braddock Road.

Please be mindful of these areas and stay safe.  Our community manager is aware of the damage and is working the issue.